The Royal Logistic Corps Museum tells the story of how the British soldier has been supported, fed and supplied both in peace and in war, since 1794.
With over 200 hundred years of military history on display, including Monty’s D-Day Rolls Royce, uniforms, weapons, medals and much more, this fascinating and unique museum gives visitors a very different perspective on the history of the British Army.
The museum includes the collections and archives from The Royal Corps of Transport, The Royal Army Ordnance Corps, The Royal Pioneer Corps, The Army Catering Corps and The Royal Engineers Postal and Courier Section, as well as many other of our Predecessor Corps, dating back to our beginning in 1794.
Closing 31st October 2019, there is only a short time remaining to visit the Deepcut museum before our move and exciting relaunch in 2021, to our new and much bigger museum, at Worthy Down, near Winchester.
The RLC Museum online archive provides access to digitised Corps Journals, records, diaries, images and vehicle records.
Our collections include uniforms, badges, medals, weapons, decorative and fine arts, vintage military vehicles and equipment.
The New Museum
The new museum near Winchester will allow much more of the collection to be displayed and will have many interactive displays, a small cinema, cafeteria and work rooms. With activities for children, uniforms to try on, puzzles to complete and many things to see and do, the RLC Museum provides a great day out for both young and old.
Tue – Fri 9am – 4pm.
Open the first Saturday of every month 12am-4pm.
The Royal Logistic Corps Museum
The Princess Royal Barracks
Deepcut, Surrey, GU16 6RW
Telephone: 01252 833371
The Museum has extensive free parking for cars, motorbikes and bicycles.
We have good disabled access, an accessible toilet and free parking. Feel free to contact us ahead of your visit to discuss your individual needs.